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Ramblers Parade

Ramblers Parade

Qui 18
Horário: 22:00 - 23:15 | Local: Palco Campinho
Concerto - Concerto com RAMBLERS PARADE

Sinopse:

Ramblers Parade are a Lisbon band performing Global Folk sounds with the energy and message of Punk. Inspired by Rebetiko, Cumbia, Balkan Horo and their own Folk-Punk-Ska roots to mix a danceable vibe with a positive message of anti-capitalist solidarity.

The band see themselves a part of a musical dialogue re-interpreting traditions, interpreting a love of Balkan and Latin music whilst reflecting on their urban musical roots, with instrumentation of Accordion, Violin and Clarinet alongside fiery lyrics that sing from the protest tradition.

Their first EP 'Strike, Occupy!' blends these influences into a high energy mix; from Klezmer-Ska on 'Concrete Spines' to Cumbia-Punk on 'Leeches', Balkan-Dub grooves of 'Machinery' to the Folk-Swing scream of 'Strike, Occupy'.

Since forming in late 2020 amidst heavy pandemic restrictions, Ramblers have performed across Portugal, Spain and Galicia in festivals, bars, cafes and cultural centres, bringing their sound of musical migration to audiences around Europe.

Biografia:

Ramblers Parade are a Lisbon band performing Global Folk sounds with the energy and message of Punk. Inspired by Rebetiko, Cumbia, Balkan Horo and their own Folk-Punk-Ska roots to mix a danceable vibe with a positive message of anti-capitalist solidarity.

The band see themselves a part of a musical dialogue re-interpreting traditions, interpreting a love of Balkan and Latin music whilst reflecting on their urban musical roots, with instrumentation of Accordion, Violin and Clarinet alongside fiery lyrics that sing from the protest tradition.

Their first EP 'Strike, Occupy!' blends these influences into a high energy mix; from Klezmer-Ska on 'Concrete Spines' to Cumbia-Punk on 'Leeches', Balkan-Dub grooves of 'Machinery' to the Folk-Swing scream of 'Strike, Occupy'.

Since forming in late 2020 amidst heavy pandemic restrictions, Ramblers have performed across Portugal, Spain and Galicia in festivals, bars, cafes and cultural centres, bringing their sound of musical migration to audiences around Europe.
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